List of Districts in Milton Keynes

Template:Date=February 2009 This is a list of the districts of Milton Keynes, England.

Name Civil Parish
Old Bletchley West Bletchley
Far Bletchley West Bletchley
West Bletchley West Bletchley
Central Bletchley Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Denbigh North Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Denbigh West Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Denbigh East Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Brickfields Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Water Eaton Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Eaton Manor Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Fenny Stratford Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Bradwell Bradwell
Heelands Bradwell
Rooksley Bradwell
Bradwell Common Bradwell
Bradwell Abbey Bradwell Abbey
Two Mile Ash Bradwell Abbey
Wymbush Bradwell Abbey
Kiln Farm Bradwell Abbey
Fishermead Campbell Park
Oldbrook Campbell Park
Winterhill Campbell Park
Springfield Campbell Park
Woolstone Campbell Park
Willen Lake Campbell Park
Campbell Park Campbell Park
Newlands Campbell Park
Willen Campbell Park
Central Milton Keynes Central Milton Keynes
Great Linford Great Linford
Giffard Park Great Linford
Blakelands Great Linford
Bolbeck Park Great Linford
Neath Hill Great Linford
Pennylands Great Linford
Tongwell Great Linford
Conniburrow Great Linford
Downs Barn Great Linford
Donwhead Park Great Linford
Kents Hill Kents Hill, Monkston and Brinklow
Monkston Kents Hill, Monkston and Brinklow
Brinklow Kents Hill, Monkston and Brinklow
Loughton Loughton
Loughton Lodge Loughton
Great Holm Loughton
Knowlhill Loughton
National Bowl Loughton
Middleton Milton Keynes (village)
Broughton Broughton
Milton Keynes Village Milton Keynes (village)
Atterbury Milton Keynes (village)
Brook Furlong Milton Keynes (village)
Fox Milne Milton Keynes (village)
Northfield Milton Keynes (village)
Oakgrove Milton Keynes (village)
Pineham Broughton
New Bradwell New Bradwell
Passmore Old Woughton
Woughton on the Green Old Woughton
Woughton Park Old Woughton
Shenley Brook End Shenley Brook End
Furzton Shenley Brook End
Emerson Valley Shenley Brook End
Tattenhoe Shenley Brook End
Kingsmead Shenley Brook End
Snelshall Shenley Brook End
Tattenhoe Park Shenley Brook End
Westcroft Shenley Brook End
Crownhill Shenley Church End
Grange Farm Shenley Church End
Hazeley Shenley Church End
Shenley Church End Shenley Church End
Medbourne Shenley Church End
Oxley Shenley Church End
Woodhill Shenley Church End
Ashland Simpson
West Ashland Simpson
Simpson Simpson
Bancroft Stantonbury
Bancroft Park Stantonbury
Blue Bridge Stantonbury
Bradville Stantonbury
Linford Wood Stantonbury
Stantonbury Stantonbury
Stantonbury Fields Stantonbury
Stony Stratford Stony Stratford
Fullers Slade Stony Stratford
Galley Hill Stony Stratford
Brown's Wood Walton
Caldecotte Walton
Old Farm Park Walton
Tilbrook Walton
Walnut Tree Walton
Tower Gate Walton
Walton Walton
Walton Hall Walton
Walton Park Walton
Wavendon Gate Walton
Greenleys Wolverton and Greenleys
Stonebridge Wolverton and Greenleys
Wolverton Wolverton and Greenleys
Old Wolverton Wolverton and Greenleys
Beanhill Woughton
Bleak Hall Woughton
Coffee Hall Woughton
Eaglestone Woughton
Elfield Park Woughton
Leadenhall Woughton
Netherfield Woughton
Peartree Bridge Woughton
Redmoor Woughton
Tinkers Bridge Woughton
Granby West Bletchley
Denbigh Hall West Bletchley
Hodge Lea Bradwell Abbey
Kingston Kents Hill, Monkston and Brinklow
Mount Farm Bletchley and Fenny Stratford
Shenley Lodge Shenley Brook End
Stantonbury Campus Stantonbury
Willen Park Great Linford
Hodge Lea Wolverton and Greenleys
Stacey Bushes Wolverton and Greenleys
Wolverton Mill Wolverton and Greenleys
Wolverton Mill South Wolverton and Greenleys
Wolverton Mill East Wolverton and Greenleys

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